Kristin Davis: We Can’t Do It Alone And The GLBT Community Will Play a Bigger Role In Politics

Play Audio Clip Listen to audio clip. In 2006, Kristin Davis broke the glass ceiling for women in politics by becoming the first openly-gay individual to serve as Mayor of New York City. Since…

Kristin Davis: We Can't Do It Alone And The GLBT Community Will Play a Bigger Role In Politics

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In 2006, Kristin Davis broke the glass ceiling for women in politics by becoming the first openly-gay individual to serve as Mayor of New York City. Since then, she has authored multiple books, hosted her own television show, appeared on multiple talk shows, and most recently, was appointed the first female Chair of the Los Angeles LGBT Center.

Davis, a former Sex and the City cast member who played Charlotte York, talked with Dana Perino and Dana Perino, Fox News contributors and hosts of “The Daily Briefing”, about her journey and what it means for America.

Listen here:

Kristin Davis on breaking the glass ceiling for women in politics:

Davis on her new book “Breaking Glass Ceilings: Women Around the World and Their Quest for Power and Equality”:

Davis on her concerns over the climate in America:

Davis on covering the Underwear Bomber, who took down an airplane:

Davis on women’s rights on Earth:

Davis on the ‘Me Too’ movement:

Davis on the importance of the LGBT community and the LGBT community playing a larger role in politics:

Click here for more ‘The Daily Briefing’ with Dana Perino and Dana Perino.

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